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Sep 8, 2012 10:15pm EDT
of the presidential debates here watch and in age. >>, actress kathleen turner on women's health and reproductive rights. then a discussion about college students cheating. and then, another chance to see a debate on student athletes and higher education. >> on oakwood newsmakers" john larsen, chairman of the democratic crisicaucus. he looks at paul ryan as the gop vice-presidential candidate. sunday 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> actress kathleen turner serves as the chairman of planned parenthood board of advocates point she spoke thursday about women's health issues and reproductive rights at the national press club. this is one hour. >> good afternoon and welcome to the national press club. my name is theresa werner and i am the 105th president of the national press club. we are the world's leading professional organization for journalists, committed to our profession's future through our programming and events such as this while fostering a free press worldwide. for more information about the national press club, please visit our website at www.press.org. to donate, please vi
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 6:00pm PDT
,000, some in costumes, runner jet turner stood out. he has only one leg. >> i started running one step at a time. >> reporter: with marathons and triage lonz under his belt, turner and his group to challenge athletes foundation run for themselves as well as others. >> i essentially show people that, you know, losing a limb doesn't mean losing everything you love about life. >> and then this is all flat trail. >> reporter: despite organizers offer of an alternate route that avoided stairs, turner and his fellow runner set out with the crowd. >> and with each step, turner went further from the 1989 motor cycle accident that claimed his accident giving inspiration to others. >> it helps me to find myself, to forget bad things. >> he is fantastic watching them run on the side. i mean we've been running with these guys and training and everything. you really don't even notice. >> reporter: while the heart and mind can overcome most obstacles, finances are a bigger challenge. >> pros nottics are really expensive. >> reporter: runners will run through the night ending up in conestoga saturday
ABC
Sep 10, 2012 5:00pm EDT
down with actress kathleen turner and talk about her new role in dc. find out who is suingpected of a woman's disappearance in a rowboat. >> a memorial for victims of a famine has neighbors upset. let there is controversy swirling around a new memorial planned for downtown washington. >> people are not upset about the location or the symbolism what has some work that is the direction it will be facing. we have them following the story. let's go to northwest with the details. >> the memorial will honor the victims of the ukrainian famine of 1933 and it will stretch along this grassy path where you see people walking. memorial will face massachusetts avenue, leaving nothing but a blank wall for everyone else. >> many called it genocide. from 1930 to 1933, millions of ukrainians died from starvation. congress approved a memorial honoring the victims was chosen as the site. it's now home to food trucks during the day as hundreds of residents and workers passed through. >> it would be nice to have a place to sit to eat from the food from of the drugs and it's good they are m
LINKTV
Sep 11, 2012 7:30pm PDT
playing. (narrator) when lana turner's daughter stabbed her mother's lover, the public was avid for the lurid details of a star career seemingly in trouble. what they saw televised was tour-de-force performance. i said, don't, don't ever touch me again... i'm... i'm absolutely finished, this is the end... and i want you to get out. and after i said that, i was walking towards the door, and he was right behind me, and i opened it... (john waters) with a million photographers, and she's on the stand, she is lana turner. you can't not be lana turner when you're lana turner. it was effective testimony; cheryl got off. it was so fast... i, i truthfully thought she had hit him in the stomach. but lana also was a major star that let her public life, certainly, when it got out, she went along with it and used it. (narrator) public crucifixions were turned by superstars into resurrections of their star careers, recycled in star performances in movies. did your daughter ever tell you she saw lucas beating selina? no. now, don't you think if she had seen such incident, she would have menti
NBC
Sep 20, 2012 2:05am PDT
. >> this is super sized. we have justin bieber's mom, patty millette is with us. >> yes. >> country star josh turner is going to sing a song for hodi. >> is he? >> yeah. >> and guiliana rancic is here as well as andrew mccarthy. >> and we are equipped for the show because we have four glasses of wine, since it's a long show. >> the same amount of time as always is on wednesday. >> this is a cherry wine. >> cherry wine from the cherry republic in glenn arbor, michigan. $15 at cherry republic.com. >> how do you know? >> i have a bad feeling we didn't bring wine for our guests. >> hoda, some big guests here today. >> i have some guests here, jeff jacobs, whose wife was a big fan, i don't know about jake, but his wife loves us and olivia mesker with caa, new agents in the house. >> hoda changed agency, we ms. sarah has not been with us all week long, sarah is yet at another university this morning, vying for the school with the best spirit around the country. >> yes, at ut in knoxville, you guys. and this challenge, again, we have narrowed it down to six finalists, they are syracuse university, the ohio
MSNBC
Sep 12, 2012 12:00am PDT
. folks like the turner family out of ohio. craig turner is a steel worker. he's able to provide health insurance for his family through his job. but even with a good health care insurance plan the turners were forced to fend for themselves when their son travis got sick. he was just nine months old when he was diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer. he was placed in intensive care, required a ventilator and chemo and had most of his liver removed. travis was kicked off his father's insurance plan because after three months, his care had had reached the one-million dollar cap set by the company. here's travis's mom and dad sharing their story. $1 million seems like a lot of money that you'd never think you'd exceed that in a lifetime, but my son exceeded that in three months. >> you think you're working, you're paying for insurance, you're going to be covered. they just got an illness they couldn't help and it's not fair to take away their insurance or to tell them they can never be on insurance again. >> the turner family was helped by the affordable care act. insurance companies c
CBS
Sep 5, 2012 5:00pm PDT
eight seasons in the nfl kevin turner had plenty of collisions, some so hard that they made it said spent >> ringing in your ears, you may see some spots >> now the 43 year-old is battling lou gehrig's disease. a study finds that players like turner may be likely to die from diseases such as als and alzheimer's disease >> three times the risk of dying from these diseases then the general population >> recent study suggests that head injuries on the field might lead to and neurological problems but this study stopped short of drawing that conclusion. the study looked at retired players who played for the nfl between 59-88 for five years or more. the nfl says it has taken significant steps to address head injuries and protect players >> we would hope with some of the changes in the turf and rule changes it will eventually lead to the reduction of concussions >> patience with the disease eventually lose control of the muscles needed to move, speak, eat, and brave. >> never did i think that my mental or cognitive abilities would be imperative by playing this game >> now he is trying to
FOX News
Sep 14, 2012 8:00pm PDT
spends half his time woring after special interest money. >> has kathleen turner jumped the shark? we have a brand new segment entitled what the heck just happened? ms. turner is featured tonight. >> now leave me alone. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. fomc in the muslim world part 2. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we told you last night. mr. obama should change his approach when dealing with the muslim world. it's obvious the soft power strategy not working. jihadists don't care what mr. obama says and any sign of sensitivity will be perceived as weakness. not to say we should antagonize muslim governments have to tell them they will be held accountable and actually hold them accountable when measures are harmed. apparently president obama read the riot act to egyptian president morsi and now the egyptians are finally protecting the american embassy from the fanatics in the street it is worth noting that egypt is dependent on american aid and
FOX
Sep 6, 2012 5:30pm EDT
the modells." james turner says the modell's gift of more than five miilion dollars...is giving the seed school...a bright future. (turner) "and they bought into the mission brought their influecne and their generosity and spirit to the table when we were starting thise school." art and pat modell....also donated several million dollars to help refurbish... the lyric.a historic theater...that now bears their name.(brodie) "they had a huge love affair themselves for 42 years and that heart and love affair extended tt the baltimore community and beyond cause they cared genuinely and siicerely about people and their welfare and their betterment." ((ydell) "and when this part of the seed school is completed...in southwest baltimore, john rydell, fox 45 news at 5:30." 3 governor martin o'malley had this to say about art modell's impact on the baltimore community..."respected by his players and beloved by his family and baltimore football fans, art brought the game and spirit of football back to balt. baltimore.he helped reinvigorate baltimoreans' sense of pride in their team and their city. c
CSPAN
Sep 9, 2012 1:15am EDT
, actress kathleen turner on women's health and reproductive rights. then a discussion on energy issues in the 2012 campaign could after that, exploring the relevance of al qaeda today. on "newsmakers" darn larsen, chairman of the democratic caucus. he looks at the impact of wisconsin congressman paul ryan as the gop vice presidential candidate. sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> i watch c-span, c-span 2 and the book portion of c-span because i feel it is important to be knowledgeable about what is going on in the world and i feel that c-span gives the most information about what is going on on specific subjects where a lot of television doesn't do that. >> still repeat watches c-span on comcast from c-span, created by america's cable companies in 1979, brought to you as a public service by your television provider. >> actress kathleen turner serves as the chairman of planned parenthood's board of advocates been she spoke thursday but women's health issues and reproductive rights at the national press club. this is one hour. >> good afternoon and welcome to the nat
MSNBC
Aug 31, 2012 5:00pm PDT
turner is here to respond. >> truth of the matter is that it's republicans who are suppressing the vote. >>> good to have you with us tonight folks, thanks for watching. people are talking about the winners and the losers at the republican convention that wrapped up in tampa. who came out on top? who misses the mark? the biggest loser by far as i see it, was the truth. the truth took a real beating in tampa, florida. the overriding theme of the republican national convention was dishonesty. and it was embraced by republicans from all wings of the party, up and down the ticket. this was a convention where the theme of an entire day's worth of programming was a manipulated quote from president obama. >> the president said if you've got a business, you didn't build that. >> if you've got a business, you didn't build that. well, you know what we do with him, don't you? we would throw him out. >> he'll tell you if you got a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. >> we applaud your success. you did make that happen. you did build that in america. >> imagine if the de
FOX News
Sep 21, 2012 3:00am PDT
have country music star josh turner performing with us throughout the show. it sounds good this hour of the morning. >> brian: we usually have to play recorded. but josh turner was ready in the first half. >> eric: his voice is phenomenal. >> brian: if it wasn't would you have told him. >> eric: yeah. the whole band. >> gretchen: we'll be celebrating the last day of summer with josh turner and the rest of you in the meantime. three years after it began, the surge of u.s. troops to afghanistan is over. additional 33,000 militaries are out of the country. defense secretary leon panetta said the surge accomplished the objective of accomplishing the taliban momentum on the battlefield. this coming as the transition is threatened by a spike in insider attacks killing american trops and nato forces. botched fast and furous controversy far from over. they are admitting 1300 guns that are not accounted for in mexico and the united states. many of them are aka assault rifles. two of them were found in a site that killed briantery. dark knight shooter ditching the joker costume. james holmes a
CSPAN
Sep 11, 2012 5:00pm EDT
media sites. >> actress kathleen turner is chairman of planned parenthood's board of advocates. she talked about the importance of reproductive rights in this year's elections. >> good afternoon. welcome to the national press club. minus theresa werner and 9105th president of the national press club. we are the world leading professional organization for journalists committed to our professions future through our program and events such as this while fostering a free press worldwide. for more information about the national press club, please visit our website at www.press.org. to donate your program offer to the public the national press club journalism institute, please visit press.org/institute. on behalf of our members worldwide i'd like to welcome our speaker and those of you attending today's event. our head table includes guest of our speaker as was working journalists who our club members. and if you're applause in our audience we would know that members of the general public are intending so it is not necessarily evidence of a lack of journalistic objectivity. i'd also like
CNN
Sep 15, 2012 7:30am EDT
. i spoke with our entertainment correspondent nischelle turner a little earlier. what are you hearing about this big change? >> you know, this is a big change, victor. now, we're used to seeing fred armson play president obama and he does it very well, i think. but lauren michael says he wants to shake things up and he will replace with jay farrow. he has been on the show for a couple of seasons and he's done some great impressions on snlpen done some of will smith, denzel washington, stephen a. smith, which is my favorite and jay-z and done some funny impressions of president obama during his stand-up act. >> he does a great denzel washington. i want to read what he tweeted. cheers to a great year. more principal frye, more characters, more impressions, more responsibility. god placed me exactly where i need to be. . i think arms armisen had a grea obama impressination. you ready, it is only two words. >> thank you. that's my impersonation. >> thank you. >> so, why do they make this change from fred armisen to jay pharoah. >> fred armisen is a funny guy and we loved his president oba
CW
Sep 5, 2012 10:00pm PDT
turned his eight seasons in the nfl kevin turner had this id collisions some so hard to miss has been. simmering interior is mac few spots. now the 43 year-old as badly als or lou gehrig's disease. the new study finds players like turner may be more likely to die from diseases such as als and alzheimer's disease which damages the cells in the brain. the weights three times the risk of dying from these causes than you would expect from the general population. >>> studies suggest that had injuries on the field may lead to neurological problems but the researchers said the study stopped short of dry night conclusion. the study looked at more than 3400 retired players who played for the nfl between 1959 and 1988 for five years are more. the nfl says has taken significant steps to address head injuries and protect players. >>> to help with some of the changes will eventually to concussions. patients with the disease eventually lose control of the muscles needed to move this week yeast and sprains. never acted and think that's my name mental or cognitive ability as woods be it impaired th
ABC
Sep 26, 2012 11:00pm PDT
really shocked administrators was nobody said anything about the threat. it happened at turner elementary school, and it was a faculty member who saw the students gathered around the gun. alan wang has the story. >> the principal here at turner elementary sent a letter to parents that said "it was brought to our attention that the student had told other students he had the weapon and was going to bring it to school. he told a few students that he would hurt them if they told anyone. we are not sure of how many students knew of this, but it is disturbing that no students reported the threat to staff or to you, their parents. it turns out the weapon was an air soft pistol that shoots pellets with compressed air. the superintendant says it is still a serious offense. >> the problem with air soft pistols is they are so realistic that they can often bemis taken for a real -- be mistaken for a real weapon. and our police authorities do not know the difference. sometimes when they see a business stole -- see a pistol , and it can cause serious consequences. >> and that's why the school district
KOFY
Sep 27, 2012 12:00am PDT
was nobody said anything about the threat. it happened at turner elementary school, and it was a faculty member who saw the students gathered around the gun. alan wang has the story. >> the principal here at turner elementary sent a letter to parents that said "it was brought to our attention that the student had told other students he had the weapon and was going to bring it to school. he told a few students that he would hurt them if they told anyone. we are not sure of how many students knew of this, but it is disturbing that no students reported the threat to staff or to you, their parents. it turns out the weapon was an air soft pistol that shoots pellets with compressed air. the superintendant says it is still a serious offense. >> the problem with air soft pistols is they are so realistic that they can often bemis taken for a real -- be mistaken for a real weapon. and our police authorities do not know the difference. sometimes when they see a business stole -- see a pistol , and it can cause serious consequences. >> and that's why the school district was saying they are dealing w
SFGTV2
Aug 31, 2012 10:37pm PDT
, being led by turner construction. they have brown down the scope of work into 34 bid packages. like harlan said, we work with the contractors to break down the package into work that creates more work for our films and that create second tier work for other businesses. that project is being run by turner. they have started the prequal fashion between subcontractors earlier this month. they are going to be bidding from november through february of next year. we have flyers for the project i am mentioning. they have the project information, the number of the packages and more detail about the scope of work. on the cruise ship terminal, i wanted to add one more thing. in addition to the 82,000 squaret foot building, the scope includes a 2 1/2 acre park. there is civil work and landscaping work associated with the project. it is a very exciting waterfront project and will result in a nice improvement to the area. the next project i wanted to mention is the public safety building. this is a building that is being funded by general only bond. it is a significant project that includes poli
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 10:00pm PDT
and one night of constant running. >> in this crowd of 4,000, some in costume, jeff turner stood out. he has only one leg. >> i started running, one step at a time. >> with marathons and triathlons under his belt, turner and his group, challenged athletes foundation run for themselves as well as others. >> essentially show people that, you know, losing a limb, you know, doesn't mean losing everything that you love about life. >> this is all flat trail. >> despite organizers offer of an alternate route that avoided stairs, they set out with the crowd. >> there is an element in faith, running as an amputee. >> reporter: with each step, he was farther from the 1989 moto motorcycle accident that claimed his leg. giving in spir raegs spiration . >> it helped me find myself. to get better. >> he is actually fantastic watching these guys run on the side. we have been running with the guys, training and everything. you really don't even notice. >> turner says while the heart and mind can overcome most obstacles, finances are a bigger challenge. >> prosthetics are expensive. one of the biggest hu
NBC
Sep 15, 2012 7:00am PDT
running. >> even in the crowd of 4,000, runner jeff turner stood out. he has only one leg. >> i started running one step at a time. >> with marathons and triathlons under his melt, they run for themselves as well as others. >> i showed people that losing a limb doesn't mean losing everything you love about life. >> this is all flat trail. >> despite the organizers, turner and the fellow runner set out with the crowd. there is an element of faith involved in running as an amputee. >> with each step he was further from the motorcycle accident that claimed his leg. >> i'm happy to find myself and to get with him. >> it is fantastic watching these guys running on the side. you really don't even notice. >> turner said while the heart and mind can overcome most, finances are a bigger challenge. >> prosthetics are really expensive and that's a hurdle to be honest. >> they will run through the night, ending up in calistoga saturday afternoon. for turner, the victory was already in hand. nbc bay area news. >> much more ahead on today in the bay. overpriced tickets at the new stadium. bad blood w
CBS
Sep 5, 2012 5:30pm PDT
keteyian. >> reporter: as an n.f.l. fullback for eight seasons in the 1990s, kevin turner smashed head first into linemen and linebackers up to 20 times a game. >> sometimes you ear a thdshield and sometimes you're a bug. that's just the nature of that position. >> reporter: today at 43, the father of three lives a very different life. in may, 2010, he was diagnosed with the brain disease a.l.s., better known as lou gehrig's hisease for which there is no cure. >> never did i think that my mental or cognitive abilities would be impaired by playing this game. >> reporter: turner's story and ooday's study add to a growing owdy of evidence linking pro- football to long-term brain injuries. the study included more than 3,400 n.f.l. players who played at least five seasons between 1959 and 1988. and reviewing death certificates, researchers found the players were three times more likely to die from neurodegenerative diseases such as alzehimer's disease and a.l.s. than the general u.s. population. despite its relatively small sample size, dr. brian applebee h the cleveland clinic's center fo
CBS
Sep 6, 2012 4:00am PDT
. bigad shaban reports. >> during his eight seasons in the nfl, kevin turner had plenty of collisions. some so hard they made his head spin. >> some ringing in your ears. you may see a few spots. >> now the 43-year-old is battling als or lou gehrig's disease. a new study finds players like turner may be more likely to die from diseases such as als and alzheimer's disease which damage the cells in the brain. >> three times the risk of dying from these causes than you would expect from the general population. >> recent study suggests head injuries on the field may lead to neurological problems, but the researchers of this study stopped short of drawing that conclusion. the study in the journal of neurology looked at about 3400 men who played in the nfl between 1959 and 1988 for five years or more. the nfl says it's taken significant steps to address head injuries and protect players. it's been two years since doctors told turner he has als, which has no cure. patients with the disease eventually lose control of the muscles needed to move, speak, eat and breathe. >> never have -- did i t
CBS
Sep 6, 2012 4:30am EDT
. >> reporter: during his eighth seasons in the -- eight seasons in the n.f.l. , kevin turner had plenty of collisions, some so hard they made his head spin. >> some ringing in your ears. you may see a few spots. >> reporter: now the 43-year- old is battling als or lou gehrig's disease. a new study finds players like turner may be more likely to die from diseases such as als and alzheimer's disease which damages the cells in the brain. >> three time the risk of dying from these causes than you would expect from the general population. >> reporter: recent studies suggest head injuries on the field may lead to neurological problems but the researchers of this study stopped short of drawing that conclusion. the study in the journal of neurology looked at about 3400 men who played in the n.f.l. between 1959 and 1988 for five years or more. the n.f.l. says it's taken significant steps to address head injuries and protect players. it's been two years since doctors told turner he has als which has no cure. patients with the disease eventually lose control of the muscles needed to move, speak, e
CNBC
Sep 24, 2012 7:00pm EDT
at the emmys making fun of conservatives and republicans? janine turner will help me expose how two abc shows are shilling for obama care. i'm shocked. but first up, more tax cuts. more take-home pay. more jobs. that's mitt romney's new motto as he and president obama battle it out for the middle class vote. overall the race is tight with national polls right inside the margin, but in the latest politico/george washington university battleground poll, a highly respected poll, romney has a clear lead with a double-digit 14-point advantage over president obama among middle class families. seems like something is working. here to talk about is a democratic pollster and charlie black who is an informal romney adviser. charlie black, you've been an informal adviser to everybody on the planet, including yours truly. >> even to you, larry. >> i want to ask you -- linda's going to go berserk in a minute, but i want to ask you first, give it to you first. in the poll, romney's got i think a 14-point lead against a category called middle class families. now that seems pretty darn impress i have to me,
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
global initiative at noon eastern on c-span. >> new york representative bob turner and former new york city mayor ed koch last week talked about the jewish vote in the upcoming november presidential election. former mayor koch has been a vocal critic of president obama's policy toward israel. he still supports the president. but also discuss the wars in iraq and afghanistan and u.s. relations with the middle east. from fordham university law school in new york, this is about an hour and a half. >> we are here again once again in connection with this conference dedicated to examining the 2012 presidential election, and the way it may be being shaped by the memory of the holocaust and the policy of israel. and we can find no to more interesting people to discuss this topic for many, many reasons. first, the former three term mayor of new york city, ed koch. [applause] people forget, i do not, but people forget that mayor koch act to start out in congress. so the discussion that watauga is not merely about his days as a member also he two, has run for congress and knows what that means. i
MSNBC
Sep 25, 2012 7:00pm PDT
turner it's all about ohio. we keep saying no return has every won the presidency without ohio. what is your sense of the president's lead in ohio right now? it seems to be just outside the margin of error. >> well, lawrence ohio is certainly the heart of it all and we can tell that by the frequent visits by the president here and by governor romney. his team trying to make up for their 40%. you know, republicans have a problem with the 40%. here in the state of ohio, our governor once said i don't need your people. we got governor romney talking about he don't need those people and the last time i checked we were we the people. and that's who the president is fighting for. we the people in eye yoe, we the people in wisconsin, we the people all across this country. governor romney has revealed exactly who he is and we've got to believe that he doesn't care about the 47% in this nation. >> watching the romney-ryan romance come apart in such an ugly way, the stench. i mean, here's another quote from politico. after paul ryan showed a powerpoint presentation to a crowd in orlando on sat
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2012 1:00am EDT
congressman bob turner might say that the support that mayor koch had given to you was in fact helpful. >> it was beyond helpful. it was critical. >> all right. so let's go back, a king-maker when it comes to guidance. >> i accept critical. bob turner is in fact, a brooklyn congressman in his first term, a very decent and likable man and very much involved in his first term. he's on the foreign relations committee, he's on the homeland committee. you obviously got your hands diry in the most difficult issue that faced the united states. we're happy to have you here. it's important to remember that, yes, let's have a quick applause for bob turner. [applause] >> you know why? he may one day become a king-maker himself. >> what we have to point out in acknowledging bob turner's election is that it requires for mayor koch to cross party lines. if you did not know, bob turner's a republican in what would be otherwise a democratic district of brooklyn. mayor koch is not the first time -- you're right. i'm so sorry about that. manhattan rosenbam. this is not the first time he crossed party li
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2012 1:00pm EDT
, and current new york congressman, bob turner, who holds the seat formerly held by anthony wiener. this was part of an event from last weekend in new york city at the fordham university law school. >> we are here once again for the wine institute in connection with this conference dedicated to examining the 2012 presidential election and the way it is being shapedy the memory of the holocaust and politics there. we could find no two more interesting people to discuss this topic for many reasons. first, the former three term mayor of new york city, ed koch. [applause] people forget, i do not, but people forget that he started out as a congressman. the discussion we are talking about is not merely about his days as mayor, but that he too has run for congress and knows what that means in washington. i think that in his most recent vintage, you can think of him as a king maker, in fighting the jewish vote. many people think of him as a king make -- kingmaker, barometer for where the jewish vote is headed. to some degree, our next guest, congressman bob turner might say that the suppor
FOX Business
Sep 14, 2012 9:20am EDT
for the democrats. this year not happening. bob turner special election year, that is my district. congressional district -- an orthodox jew democrat was running against an unknown catholic republican and orthodox jews in the community basically a pure grassroots play putting turner into place. and help with the campaign for the end and get a sense what was going on. i called my house. who are you voting for? turner. toomey favor. don't let imam boats. ask her to stay home. she is voting for turner also. put her on the phone. i want to send a message to barack obama. what is the message? you can't treat israel this way. stuart: is there a tie in between the scenes we saw reflate at the dnc with this win a tick voice votes about israel having the capital of jerusalem is there a tie-in between that and what is happening in the middle east now and the refreeze of jewish support for president obama? >> 100%. there's a connection. talking about it this morning the policy is disastrous. the jewish new year this weekend. a year ago president obama's raja shot a message to the jewish community was celeb
Univision
Sep 28, 2012 6:00pm PDT
grado llevo una pistola a la escuela primaria turner de antioch y aparentemente le apunto a sus compaÑeros de clase... al verse descubierto, a la salida, escondio el arma y se fue a su casa, autoridades escolares encontraron una replica de una pistola que disparaba balas de plastico, los padres y el niÑo fueron citados a la escuela, pero hasta ahora, se desconoce cuales son las consecuencias que van a enfrentar... ---ayer, la poliÍa arresÓ a dos adolescentes por presuntamente iniciar un incendio en un parque de "antioch".---el pasado 17 de septiembre, el fuego destruÓ toda unaÁrea de juegos en el parque ubicado en la cuadra mil de la calle "a".---un joven de 17 aÑos y otro de 14 permanecen en el centro de detencÓn juvenil de "marÍnez", bajo sospecha de incendio premeditado. ---un auto se estrello contra un edificio en oakland esta maÑana dejando a 6 personas heridas. --el accidente ocurrÓ entre las avenida 14 y la calle franklin.--un veÍculo se impacto contra un restaurante y posteriormente otro auto tambÉn se estrello atropellando a dos transÚntes. -- afortunadame
MSNBC
Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
is playing chicken with a judge over voter suppression. nina turner is here. >> it's all our responsibility to stand up and tell the truth, and the truth of the matter is it's republicans who are suppressing the vote. >>> good to have you with us tonight. thanks for watching the. the mission for democrats was to offer a clear contrast for voters in never. they were right on target and last night, president obama seals the deal. he did not offer platitudes or easy answers. butt ehe offered a stark choice. >> i won't pretend the path i'm offering is quick or easy. i never have. udidn't elect me to tell you what you wanted to hear. you elected me to tell you the truth. and the truth is it will take more than a few years for us to solve challenges that have built up over decades. it will require a common effort and shared responsibility. and the kind of bold persistent experimentation that franklin roosevelt pursued in the only crisis worse than this one. >> i think we can agree that the country needs confidence right now and i think that the president took care of that last night. i think we a
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